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Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War, 19451950

by Nicholas Tarling

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • World history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
  • c 1945 to c 1960,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Asia - General,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Asia, Southeastern--Foreign relations--Great,
  • Asia, Southeastern--Foreign relations--Great Britain,
  • History / Great Britain,
  • History / World,
  • History-Asia - General,
  • Political Science-International Relations - General,
  • World - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7714977M
    ISBN 100521033365
    ISBN 109780521033367

    The final wartime meeting of the leaders of the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union was held at Potsdam, outside Berlin, in July, Truman, Churchill, and Stalin discussed the future of Europe but their failure to reach meaningful agreements soon led to the onset of the Cold War. The Cold War in East Asia shows how as a second front the Cold War in East Asia influenced the shape of the Cold War first front;the East-West confrontation centering in Europe;and third front in the developing world. Each chapter, while focused on particular countries and particular time spans, situates its story within a broad overview.

      Among his many acclaimed books are The Cold War on the Periphery: the United States, India, and Pakistan (), and The Limits of Empire: the US and Southeast Asia since World War II (). He has held visiting professorships in Britain and Ireland as well as in Asia and around the US.4/5(5). This reflective and provocative book outlines the emergence of the nation-states of modern Southeast Asia. It considers various ways of looking at Southeast Asian history, combining narrative, analysis, and discussion. The book focuses mainly on the period from the eighteenth century to the present. It is divided into three sections: the first gives a broad historical .

      Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War by Nicholas Tarling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, + , maps. £ (hardback). ISBN 0–––6. British Imperial Strategy and the Origins of the Cold War –49 by John Kent. Leicester, London, and New York: Leicester University Press, The great power struggle in East Asia, Britain, America and post-war rivalry / by: Baxter, Christopher. Published: () The Cold War in South Asia: Britain, the United States and the Indian Subcontinent, by: McGarr, Paul M., Published: ().


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Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War, 19451950 by Nicholas Tarling Download PDF EPUB FB2

A companion volume to Tarling's Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War, this book is a major contribution to the diplomatic and political history of Southeast Asia. Product details Paperback: pagesCited by: 7. This book describes British policy in Southeast Asia in the early years of World War II.

With its military strength directed against Germany, Britain drew on diplomatic resources to maintain its power in the area and to limit the Japanese by: 4. Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War. This book describes British policy in Southeast Asia in the early years of World War II.

With its military strength directed against Germany, Britain drew on diplomatic resources to maintain its power in the area and to limit the Japanese threat.3/5. Nicholas Tarling. Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War, – New York: Cambridge University Press.

xii, $ ISBN - Volume 32 Issue 2 - Ainslie T. EmbreeAuthor: Ainslie T. Embree. Introduction: Southeast Asia and the Cold War Albert Lau 1. Britain and the Cold War in Southeast Asia Nicholas Tarling Part 1: The Cold War in the ‘lower arc’ 2. The Philippines search for security in the first years of the Cold War Ricardo T.

Jose 3. Decolonization and the Cold War in Singapore, Albert Lau 4. The Cold War in South Asia provides the first comprehensive and transnational history of Anglo-American relations with South Asia during a seminal period in the history of the Indian Subcontinent, between independence in the Britain s.

A sequel to the author's previous two books Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War () and Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War (), this book discusses Britain's policy towards Southeast Asia in the period when it was crucially affected by the struggle in Korea.

The phases in that struggle - briefly described and. Till now, no book has examined Britain watershed era across the entire region. Cold War Southeast Asia in doing so not only offers a panoramic account of a turning point in SEA history, but also illuminates the global ramifications of the Cold War, and the makings of the world order as we know it : Malcolm H.

Murfett. A sequel to the author's Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War (Cambridge University Press, ) and Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War (Cambridge University Press, ), this book discusses Britain's policy towards Southeast Asia in the periodwhen it was crucially affected by the struggle in : Nicholas Tarling.

patterns on events, see Nicholas Tarling, Britain, Southeast Asia and the onset of the Cold War, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).

2 Ruth McVey, The Calcutta Conference and the South-East Asia uprisings (Ithaca. Heinemann Advanced History is a series which supports the AS and A-Levels starting September The series provides coverage of all the most popular topics, so you can cover the whole of the specification with up-to-date resources.

Each book begins with an AS-level section which is very accessible, dealing with narrative and explanation of the topic.5/5(1). Nicholas Tarling, Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, pp.

$ This book examines British policy in Southeast Asia from towhen the Second World War was in Author: Karl Hack. Review of Paul McGarr's new book 'The Cold War in South Asia' in 'History Today' by Rudra Chaudhuri British academic interest in post-colonial South Asia has long lacked the rigour found in works dedicated to the region and its people prior to Get this from a library.

Britain, Southeast Asia and the onset of the Cold War, [Nicholas Tarling] -- "This detailed and original study throws new light on the evolution of British policy in Southeast Asia in the turbulent post-war period.

Professor Tarling's extensive archival research shows how. Cold War in the late s. Drawing upon signifi cant new evidence from British, American, Indian and Eastern bloc archives, the book re-examines how and why the Cold War in South Asia evolved in the way that it did, at a time when the national leaderships, geopol-itical outlooks and regional aspirations of India, Pakistan and their.

This book describes British policy in South-East Asia in the early years of World War II. Britain, a major colonial power in Asia at this time, was unable to maintain its military dominance as war with Germany taxed its resources.

Instead, Britain attempted to establish diplomatic dominance, trying to avert the Japanese military expansion and 3/5(2). This chapter examines the history of the Cold War in Southeast Asia.

It explains that the onset of the Cold War coincided with nationalist struggles and decolonization, and explains why Southeast Asians should appreciate that the Cold War is a historical event which has significantly affected the development of their countries, particularly in terms of the role of the Cold War in Author: Ang Cheng Guan.

Abstract. For Britain the Asian cold war began with the outbreak of the Malayan insurgency in A cold war strategy for Asia was outlined between February and Augustand senior Foreign Office officials conceived of India as being the key to containing communism in Southeast Asia Author: Anita Inder Singh.

His most recent book, Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold Warfollows directly on from an earlier volume Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War.[3] Like the earlier volume, this study of the period between the end of World War II and the start of the Korean War reflects a life-time of detailed archival.

A sequel to Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War and Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War, this book discusses Britain's policy towards Southeast Asia in the Read more. See, for example, N. Tarling, Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War, –50 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ); Google Scholar T.

Remme, Britain and Regional Co-operation in South-East Asia, –49 (London: Routledge, ); Google Scholar. Odd book. McCoy is a historian but the main part of this book, which was intially published as "The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia" was written based on work he did while following the trail of heroin during the war in Vietnam, generally the kind of stuff done by a journalist or ethnographer/5.Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Cold War Nicholas Tarling.

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